The Duke Sends His Warmest Regards to SJWs Everywhere

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News that I missed courtesy of The Babylon Bee:


HOLLYWOOD, CA—After a 1971 Playboy interview with John Wayne that was deemed offensive surfaced online, liberal activists took to the streets to boycott the actor, vowing that Wayne will never work in Hollywood again.

Wayne died in 1979 of stomach cancer.

Marchers could be seen on Sunset Boulevard with signs calling for the firing of “that cowboy guy from those old movies.” Many seemed confused about who Wayne actually was, with some assuming he may have been a relative of Batman, and others thinking that maybe he was in a Coen brothers movie or something. However, they all agreed he is what’s wrong with this country, as evidenced by their chant, “John Wayne bad!”

Activist leaders announced that at 10:30 am they would hold a massive burning of John Wayne films, posters, and other memorabilia at the intersection of Hollywood and Vine. When the time arrived, many people arrived but there was nothing to burn. “I don’t think anyone here has ever even seen a John Wayne movie, now that I think about it,” one activist told reporters. 

Go here to read the rest.  Hmmm.  Wayne has been dead for four decades, but in a fight between him and any number of Social Justice Warriors, my money would still be on the corpse of the Duke.


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  1. My favorite Duke moment was when he took his Oscar, held it high, turning to face the crowd of liberal narcissists and proclaimed, “…and I did it with my clothes on.”

  2. The Bee‘s only buzzing because some woke fey started tweeting about it. Jim Treacher offers helpful suggestions for woke feys. The full interview is here and it’s a hoot. The Duke identifies 21st century problems 40 years before they happened. Maybe because our problems and the problems of the late 60 to early 70s have the same causes.

  3. I think his best movie was The Searchers, followed by She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.

  4. Hah! Wow, where does the Bee come up with this stuff?

    . . .

    What do you mean there’s an actual story? Da heck? *googles*

    When revelation said the righteous urge the Lord to return, it was usually “for the sake of justice” not “the sake of sanity.”

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